200 East 59th Street, at the southeast corner of Third Avenue, continues Macklowe Properties’ commitment to classic modernism in residential condominium development. Following in the footsteps of Macklowe’s highly acclaimed 432 Park Avenue, it is characterized by innovative design and openness to light.
The tower rises to 35 stories and all residences feature deep continuous wraparound terraces, creating a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living space. Column-free interiors surrounded by floor-to-ceiling walls of glass are finished with white oak plank flooring, white Calacatta, and Siberian white and mink marble. At the base of the tower, metal basketweave cladding reflects natural light through the day and emits a soft glow through the night. Above this podium, double-height amenity spaces open to a landscaped terrace.
Located at the intersection of Midtown and the Upper East Side, 200 East 59th Street offers residents excellent access to fine dining and shopping destinations, renowned cultural institutions, Central Park, and the Midtown business district. Residents also enjoy 24-hour white glove concierge services.
67 residences featuring deep continuous wraparound terraces, creating a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living space. See current availability by clicking on the link below.
200 East 59th Street is located at the intersection of the Upper East Side and Midtown East, across the street from Bloomingdale’s and minutes from Central Park. Its location provides residents a short walk to work in the Midtown financial and plaza districts, and to Upper East Side hospitals. Steps from the finest restaurants, shopping and galleries, the building also provides convenient access to the NQR and 456 subway lines.
Development, Concept, Design & Planning
For over fifty years, Macklowe Properties has been best known for designing and developing projects that transform the face of New York City. Notable past projects include 432 Park Avenue, the General Motors Building, the Apple Cube on Fifth Avenue, ThreeTen East Fifty Third Street and Metropolitan Tower. With over 13 million square feet built, including thousands of residential and hotel units, Macklowe maintains a strong reputation for delivering innovative design and the highest quality of construction.
Architect and Interior Designer
CetraRuddy is an international award-winning architecture, planning and interior design firm. The collective experience and unparalleled level of personalized service of their highly talented team contribute to their sophisticated understanding of the requirements of every space. They apply this experience and passion to each of the firm’s projects including One Madison, Walker Tower and 443 Greenwich.
McGraw Hudson Construction Corp.
A division of Macklowe Properties, McGraw Hudson’s project management staff has been directly responsible for the “ground-up” development of over 8 million square feet of Manhattan office and apartment buildings, as well as over 3,000 residential and hotel units. These properties include 432 Park Avenue, 510 Madison Avenue, ThreeTen East Fifty Third Street, 610 Broadway and Metropolitan Tower.
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Sponsor: MIPA 59/Third Owner, LLC, 767 Fifth Avenue, 21st Floor, New York, New York 10153. This is for informational purposes only. The complete offering terms are in an Offering Plan available from the Sponsor. File No. CD16-0082. All artist’s renderings are for representational purposes only and subject to variances. Finishes depicted in artist’s rendering are not necessarily indicative of what is specified in the Offering Plan and not all items depicted in artist’s rendering are included in unit purchase. All dimensions are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the terms of the offering plan. Plans and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor.